I really hope so. It's getting to the point of ridiculousness. Plus, I never understood why the writers wanted control over reality shows, anyways, so I'm glad they're dropping that issue.
Yep. I questioned it the day they went on strike and put thousands of their lesser-paid colleagues out of work.
Cause all reality shows are staged and written before hand
The guild agreed to withdraw those issues to "make absolutely clear our commitment to bringing a speedy conclusion to negotiations," union executives Michael Winship and Patric Verrone said in an e-mail letter to members.
I never understood why the writers wanted control over reality shows, anyways, so I'm glad they're dropping that issue.
And we have Stephen Colbert to thank.
He obviously heeded Andrew Young's advice last night.
I was fortunately online when this was announced... because I just went and made $650,500 on the HSX by buying up cheaply priced shares of Marvel films still in 'development' such as Ant-Man, Captain America, Sub-Mariner and Thor.
Didn't someone else strike the same type of deal? I think it was Jay leno over there.
My thinking to this is if they keep signing Interim Agreements then won't that compromise their whole "we are not working for anyone till we get what we want" deal?